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JonhyP    6

Well i'm new in this 3d and c4d world so here's the first thing i created using c4d
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I watch the basics from tuts online and then i attempt to do this tut without watching it, i had to watch how he did the bushes cause i had no idea how to lol

 

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StCanas    18

That's a fine effort for your first go. Onwards and upwards. ::):

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C4DS    140

Agreed, looks like a fine first effort to me.

Wish I could say the same of my first endeavors (many years ago) ... alas.

 

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JonhyP    6
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  • 1 hour ago, StCanas said:

    That's a fine effort for your first go. Onwards and upwards. ::):

     

    2 minutes ago, C4DS said:

    Agreed, looks like a fine first effort to me.

    Wish I could say the same of my first endeavors (many years ago) ... alas.

     

    Thank you guys, do u guys know of any tutorials to be a better modeler? actually any tutorial, i'd like to learns as much as possible, thanks 

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    StCanas    18

    Dig into the archive here at The Cafe. There's plenty there to get you going.

     

    One of my favourite places for tuts is Greyscale Gorilla, though you might find much of that a little advanced if you're just taking your first steps.

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    JonhyP    6
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  • 6 minutes ago, StCanas said:

    Dig into the archive here at The Cafe. There's plenty there to get you going.

     

    One of my favourite places for tuts is Greyscale Gorilla, though you might find much of that a little advanced if you're just taking your first steps.

    Yes, but their begginers tutorials were fantastic and i learned a lot from that, and im checking into archive here, thanks bro

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    3D-Pangel    199

    Very good!   Also thanks for sharing! I remember that I was a a bit nervous posting my first work.

     

    Relative to tutorials, Cineversity is always a great place for tool specific instruction whereas other sites may focus more on project or technique based tutorials.  When just starting out, you need both.

     

    With that said, you are off to a great start.

     

    Dave

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    JonhyP    6
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  • On 10/6/2017 at 3:13 PM, CApruzzese said:

    I with my first efforts were that good. Keep it up! 

     

    46 minutes ago, 3D-Pangel said:

    Very good!   Also thanks for sharing! I remember that I was a a bit nervous posting my first work.

     

    Relative to tutorials, Cineversity is always a great place for tool specific instruction whereas other sites may focus more on project or technique based tutorials.  When just starting out, you need both.

     

    With that said, you are off to a great start.

     

    Dave

    Thanks guys those words mean a lot to me, i'll get better and i will post my progress here, thanks

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    lopakam    43

    That is a great start, much better than my cube with a sphere on top!

     

    I'll bump GSG, I learned a lot from them when I started.  Lynda also has a lot of great training and believe the first month is still free.

     

    Mark

     

     

     

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    Monstrphil    19

    Not only did you grasp the modeling part-but the texturing as well. Fantastic! When I hit a wall-I do a search on YouTube......there is a treasure trove of tuts.

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